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Viet Nam in Manhattan--

BOOM!  I finally made it to Indochine, the ultra-old-school place down on Lafayette Street in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan here in New York City, and WOWEEWOWOW!!–I love it here. 303 more words


Bánh bèo Phan Thiết

Bánh bèo Việt Nam có nhiều loại. Mang chung một tên gọi là “bánh bèo”, nhưng tùy theo vùng miền sẽ có những hương vị đặc sắc khác nhau. 377 more words


What I Ate in Vietnam- Hoi An & Saigon

Vietnamese dishes are light, healthy and flavorful.  Their main staple is rice which is grown in the country.  Most dishes are prepared with fresh local vegetables and herbs such as mint, Thai basil, lemongrass, ginger, chili, lime and long coriander.   314 more words


The best Pho

Pho Hung Vuong

15 Balmoral Avenue, Springvale 3171

Trading: Daily from 8:30am – 8pm


Alright. First things first. There are two types of people in this world: those who have tried Pho and those who haven’t. 288 more words


Grocery Shopping Is My Jam

Hi folks! Apologies for the delay on posts — the 12 hour time difference, crazy travel legs, and overall nommin’ proved to be a bit tougher to juggle with posts than anticipated. 1,848 more words

Review: Viet Eat / Viet Food / Ngon

Have I ever mentioned that I taught English in Vietnam during my gap year? I hope I have as it’s probably worth knowing, but just to be sure I’ll mention it again here. 541 more words


50 shades of Grey Berlin

or … don’t be yourself

If I could describe  the Berlin I got to know in one picture it’d be it:

Yeah. Dark with some stripes of color trying to break through but unable to  damage the thick thick layer of grayness covering it all… 117 more words